Monroe County Schools
309 Emberton Street
Tompkinsville, KY 42167
Phone: (270) 487-5456
College Goal Kentucky Event Set for January 10
Please note the change in location.
This free event will take place on WKU’s campus on Saturday, January 10, 2015 beginning at 10:00 a.m. at Gary A. Ransdell Hall Auditorium (Room 1074).
KYA (Kentucky Youth Assembly)
Eighteen students traveled to Frankfort to participate in Kentucky Youth Assembly. Delegates will present bills, debate bills, and vote on bills. MCMS students had their bill passed by both the House and Senate and signed by the Governor. Congratulations to Dalton Hodges, Graham Stephens, and Sawyer Cherry. Their bill required food stamp recipients to be drug tested annually. Keep in mind, these bills have been written by students and have been voted on by students. They are learning the process of how a bill becomes a law at KYA.
Monroe County Board of Education Sets 2015 Fall Break
2015 FALL BREAK will be October 5-9.
At the December meeting of the Monroe County Board of Education it was decided to designate October 5-9 as the 2015 Fall Break so that students, parents, community members, and staff could plan for Fall Break activities.
Additional 2015-2016 Calendar Information will be determined at a future board meeting.
STLP (Student Technology Leadership Program) members presented their showcases at Regional Competition on Dec. 8 at Western Kentucky University. Three groups were invited to state competition in March.
Bullying Stops Here
Emily Brown and MaKenzie Bryant
Emily Burks, Payton York, and Emily Hammer
Supporting Others Who Serve
Bailey Elam, Haley Elam, and Jordan Elam
6th Grade Academic Showcase
MCMS hosted the 6th Grade Academic Showcase on Saturday, Dec. 7. Congratulations to the team on winning 4th place in Quick Recall Competition. Team members are Stuart Ellis, Camden Jackson, Bryant Tandy, Sydney Wade, and Bailey Wheeler. Individuals who placed were Bryant Tandy and Bailey Wheeler. Bryant placed 1st in Social Studies and 3rd in Science. Bailey placed 6th in Science.
Cheerleaders Place 2nd in Snowball Classic
The Cheerleaders placed 2nd at the Snowball Classic Held in Bowling Green on Saturday, Dec. 7. Congratulations!
Brooks Selected for Ky National Football Team
Jholdi Brooks, a 7th grade football player, was selected to play on the Kentucky National Football Team. He was invited to try out for the 38 player team. Jholdi plays wide receiver, running back and free safety. The first games were played on Dec. 6 & 7 in Paducah against Nashville and St. Louis teams with the Kentucky National Team winning both games. The team will play again on Saturday in Atlanta, Georgia against South Atlanta. Congratulations to Jholdi for earning a spot on the team and representing Monroe County.
How to Become College and Career Ready Video
What Monroe County High School is doing to help students to succeed!
Petett Plays in East/West All-Star Game
Curtis Petett, a 7th grader, played in the Kentucky East/West All-Star game on Sunday, November 30 at Kentucky State University. Curtis was nominated, tried out for the team and was selected to play wide-receiver. He played for the West Team and wore jersey #10. Congratulations to Curtis and thank you for representing Monroe County. Check out the game and see if you can spot Curtis.
7th Grade Team Wins Tournament
Congratulations to the 7th Grade Boys Basketball Team on winning the Caverna Classic.
Front row: Dalton Williams, Grayson Rich, Hayden Graves, James Allen Winningham
Back row: Christian Scott, Wade Thompson, Curtis Petett, Gavin Banter, Tucker Kirkpatrick, Kale Hagan, and Nick Cofflet